i want your relationship advice


Everyone has given it and everyone has received it. Sometimes it's good, while other times it's really bad. I'm talking about relationship advice. Whether you've been told not to kiss on the first date or that "love at first sight" relationships are the most passionate, we've all heard relationship advice before. Even though a lot of common relationship advice has been supported or unsupported by research, nobody knows about it.

I want you to share with me the good, the bad, and the ugly. What advice have you heard? What's the best or worst advice that you've ever given or received? Do you think this advice is helpful or harmful? I want to know it all.

So, how can you share your relationship advice with me? Just leave a comment on this post. You can let me know who you are or you can post anonymously. Either way, I want to hear your relationship advice. Your advice may be featured on my blog, along with research to back it up of course. 

Never posted on a blog before? Don't be shy. Just click the "comment" button below this post, choose an identity (i.e. google account, anonymous, etc.), and send me your advice. I can't wait to hear from you!

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Let your husband think that he's making the decisions.

Anonymous said...

Touch your boyfriend/girlfriend if you really want him/her to listen to you.

Anonymous said...

Communication is key.

Anonymous said...

Never leave eachother overnight after a fight.

Anonymous said...

I've heard that "opposites attract" and that "birds of a feather flock together"

Brenda said...

My maternal grandmother said something to the effect of: "It's okay if you're smart, but don't let him know it". Followed a few minutes later by "You should wear shorter skirts and show off your legs if you want to get a good man. Most smart women don't have nice legs like yours".

Mat said...

I think you need to respect each other. And when you are married (especially with kids), you need to plan time together, otherwise you will never get to spend quality time together.

And if you are one to "always be right," suck it up and admit you are wrong sometimes.

JS (Magic of making up) said...

If you really love him, a lot of this can come naturally but at times you may have to remind yourself of these things. They're just as important to him as it is for you to feel appreciated and have your feelings considered and respected. If you want to get him back, you'll have to analyze yourself and your relationship and take these into consideration. If your relationship is to work, this has to be a part of it. At the core, it's fairly simple and keeping a man happy in a relationship doesn't have to be difficult...most of us are pretty forgiving too, so getting a second chance doesn't have to prove difficult either.
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